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Bruno savours late leveller

The Argus: Bruno takes the acclaim as he runs back after his goal Bruno takes the acclaim as he runs back after his goal

Bruno reckons Albion grabbed a good point at Huddersfield.

But he was not impressed with the performance in a 1-1 draw.

The right-back struck in the 83rd minute to take his side back into the top six pending other results.

He said: “I think it’s a good point. It was a strange game for us.

“From the start we never felt comfortable.

“It was a difficult point because they played really hard, really strong.

“We knew what to expect because Huddersfield have scored a few goals in the first minutes.

“They scored and after that the game was more difficult especially because the pitch wasn’t the best “It was dry and for our football it was quite difficult.”

The Seagulls had to come back from Oliver Norwood’s sixth-minute free-kick and eventually drew level when Bruno struck at the far post.

He said: “I thought Leo (Ulloa) would maybe flick the ball on.

“I tried to be there and I touched the ball and scored.

“I don’t know why I was there. It was a quick move and I’m happy about the goal because it was important for us.”

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7:37pm Fri 18 Apr 14

Conelli98 says...

Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!!
I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!!
Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!! I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!! Conelli98
  • Score: 8

7:38pm Fri 18 Apr 14

Norfolk and way says...

It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.
It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well. Norfolk and way
  • Score: -14

7:54pm Fri 18 Apr 14

gordongull says...

Norfolk and way wrote:
It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.
Have you considered writing fiction professionally, Norfolk?
[quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.[/p][/quote]Have you considered writing fiction professionally, Norfolk? gordongull
  • Score: 4

8:01pm Fri 18 Apr 14

Norfolk and way says...

gordongull wrote:
Norfolk and way wrote:
It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.
Have you considered writing fiction professionally, Norfolk?
Don't shoot the messenger, and anyone could see something was wrong with the performance today.
[quote][p][bold]gordongull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.[/p][/quote]Have you considered writing fiction professionally, Norfolk?[/p][/quote]Don't shoot the messenger, and anyone could see something was wrong with the performance today. Norfolk and way
  • Score: -7

8:42pm Fri 18 Apr 14

Norfolk and way says...

gordongull wrote:
Norfolk and way wrote:
It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.
Have you considered writing fiction professionally, Norfolk?
As a matter of fact I have nearly completed an exciting piece of fiction. It's called 'Brighton and Hove Albion, the premier league years'.
[quote][p][bold]gordongull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.[/p][/quote]Have you considered writing fiction professionally, Norfolk?[/p][/quote]As a matter of fact I have nearly completed an exciting piece of fiction. It's called 'Brighton and Hove Albion, the premier league years'. Norfolk and way
  • Score: -10

9:02pm Fri 18 Apr 14

bruce beckett says...

Norfolk and way wrote:
gordongull wrote:
Norfolk and way wrote:
It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.
Have you considered writing fiction professionally, Norfolk?
As a matter of fact I have nearly completed an exciting piece of fiction. It's called 'Brighton and Hove Albion, the premier league years'.
Excellent repost! Are you related to Norfolk and Chance?
[quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gordongull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.[/p][/quote]Have you considered writing fiction professionally, Norfolk?[/p][/quote]As a matter of fact I have nearly completed an exciting piece of fiction. It's called 'Brighton and Hove Albion, the premier league years'.[/p][/quote]Excellent repost! Are you related to Norfolk and Chance? bruce beckett
  • Score: -8

10:06pm Fri 18 Apr 14

gordongull says...

Norfolk and way wrote:
gordongull wrote:
Norfolk and way wrote:
It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.
Have you considered writing fiction professionally, Norfolk?
As a matter of fact I have nearly completed an exciting piece of fiction. It's called 'Brighton and Hove Albion, the premier league years'.
You obviously have predictive text :)
[quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gordongull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: It was a very good point considering half the squad were still 9 sheets to the wind at 3 o'clock this afternoon after their rumoured 'nightcap' and punch up in a kebab shop in Leeds city centre last night, those hangovers must've been kicking in towards the end as well.[/p][/quote]Have you considered writing fiction professionally, Norfolk?[/p][/quote]As a matter of fact I have nearly completed an exciting piece of fiction. It's called 'Brighton and Hove Albion, the premier league years'.[/p][/quote]You obviously have predictive text :) gordongull
  • Score: 6

3:43am Sat 19 Apr 14

Money for nothing says...

Conelli98 wrote:
Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!!
I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!!
Great post.It was clear Dunk was out to make trouble again from the start.Like i pointed out straight away on other storys Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box.Lets be honest Dunk should have been sent off for a 2nd yellow.The sad fact of life is TK does not want to be playing in a poor side next season with rubbish like Dunk and Hoskins.Plus Ulloa off to the prem-league.
[quote][p][bold]Conelli98[/bold] wrote: Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!! I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!![/p][/quote]Great post.It was clear Dunk was out to make trouble again from the start.Like i pointed out straight away on other storys Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box.Lets be honest Dunk should have been sent off for a 2nd yellow.The sad fact of life is TK does not want to be playing in a poor side next season with rubbish like Dunk and Hoskins.Plus Ulloa off to the prem-league. Money for nothing
  • Score: -4

8:10am Sat 19 Apr 14

mikeygit says...

Lots of silly posts with the exception of TK--I have thought for some time that he will not be with us next season. He came here to get back into the Premiership and he wants to do that before he retires!!
Lots of silly posts with the exception of TK--I have thought for some time that he will not be with us next season. He came here to get back into the Premiership and he wants to do that before he retires!! mikeygit
  • Score: 2

9:33am Sat 19 Apr 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Money for nothing wrote:
Conelli98 wrote:
Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!!
I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!!
Great post.It was clear Dunk was out to make trouble again from the start.Like i pointed out straight away on other storys Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box.Lets be honest Dunk should have been sent off for a 2nd yellow.The sad fact of life is TK does not want to be playing in a poor side next season with rubbish like Dunk and Hoskins.Plus Ulloa off to the prem-league.
How 'straight away' was 'straight away'? As soon as the final whistle blew?
[quote][p][bold]Money for nothing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Conelli98[/bold] wrote: Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!! I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!![/p][/quote]Great post.It was clear Dunk was out to make trouble again from the start.Like i pointed out straight away on other storys Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box.Lets be honest Dunk should have been sent off for a 2nd yellow.The sad fact of life is TK does not want to be playing in a poor side next season with rubbish like Dunk and Hoskins.Plus Ulloa off to the prem-league.[/p][/quote]How 'straight away' was 'straight away'? As soon as the final whistle blew? Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 2

1:41pm Sat 19 Apr 14

Conelli98 says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Money for nothing wrote:
Conelli98 wrote:
Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!!
I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!!
Great post.It was clear Dunk was out to make trouble again from the start.Like i pointed out straight away on other storys Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box.Lets be honest Dunk should have been sent off for a 2nd yellow.The sad fact of life is TK does not want to be playing in a poor side next season with rubbish like Dunk and Hoskins.Plus Ulloa off to the prem-league.
How 'straight away' was 'straight away'? As soon as the final whistle blew?
Yes straight away!!!
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Money for nothing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Conelli98[/bold] wrote: Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!! I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!![/p][/quote]Great post.It was clear Dunk was out to make trouble again from the start.Like i pointed out straight away on other storys Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box.Lets be honest Dunk should have been sent off for a 2nd yellow.The sad fact of life is TK does not want to be playing in a poor side next season with rubbish like Dunk and Hoskins.Plus Ulloa off to the prem-league.[/p][/quote]How 'straight away' was 'straight away'? As soon as the final whistle blew?[/p][/quote]Yes straight away!!! Conelli98
  • Score: 0

3:23pm Sat 19 Apr 14

Money for nothing says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Money for nothing wrote:
Conelli98 wrote:
Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!!
I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!!
Great post.It was clear Dunk was out to make trouble again from the start.Like i pointed out straight away on other storys Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box.Lets be honest Dunk should have been sent off for a 2nd yellow.The sad fact of life is TK does not want to be playing in a poor side next season with rubbish like Dunk and Hoskins.Plus Ulloa off to the prem-league.
How 'straight away' was 'straight away'? As soon as the final whistle blew?
Get a life you sad little man with no friends.
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Money for nothing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Conelli98[/bold] wrote: Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!! I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!![/p][/quote]Great post.It was clear Dunk was out to make trouble again from the start.Like i pointed out straight away on other storys Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box.Lets be honest Dunk should have been sent off for a 2nd yellow.The sad fact of life is TK does not want to be playing in a poor side next season with rubbish like Dunk and Hoskins.Plus Ulloa off to the prem-league.[/p][/quote]How 'straight away' was 'straight away'? As soon as the final whistle blew?[/p][/quote]Get a life you sad little man with no friends. Money for nothing
  • Score: -2

4:34pm Sat 19 Apr 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Money for nothing wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Money for nothing wrote:
Conelli98 wrote:
Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!!
I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!!
Great post.It was clear Dunk was out to make trouble again from the start.Like i pointed out straight away on other storys Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box.Lets be honest Dunk should have been sent off for a 2nd yellow.The sad fact of life is TK does not want to be playing in a poor side next season with rubbish like Dunk and Hoskins.Plus Ulloa off to the prem-league.
How 'straight away' was 'straight away'? As soon as the final whistle blew?
Get a life you sad little man with no friends.
Hey, good comeback!
[quote][p][bold]Money for nothing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Money for nothing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Conelli98[/bold] wrote: Just good u got the touch Mr Saltor!!! I was at game today so I witnessed this and maybe others did too...Tomaz has been and is a bloody good keeper but I will be AMAZED if he wants to put on a Brighton shirt again. In the warm up he looked lethargic and his body language was dire. After four minutes he got dog abuse from Andrews and then Dunk. Both these players then went on to commit fouls around the box and did little to help out keeper but the biggest shock of all was that TK didnt set his wall properly for their goal. To cap it all he stormed off pitch at the end with not even a glance at players or fans. I think his days ate numbered...we will miss him!![/p][/quote]Great post.It was clear Dunk was out to make trouble again from the start.Like i pointed out straight away on other storys Dunk was making silly fouls all around the box.Lets be honest Dunk should have been sent off for a 2nd yellow.The sad fact of life is TK does not want to be playing in a poor side next season with rubbish like Dunk and Hoskins.Plus Ulloa off to the prem-league.[/p][/quote]How 'straight away' was 'straight away'? As soon as the final whistle blew?[/p][/quote]Get a life you sad little man with no friends.[/p][/quote]Hey, good comeback! Ex-pat Arnie
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